Webinar: An Introduction to Life Cycle Assessment: Measuring Cause and Effect Relationships Between Industrial Systems and the Environment

December 2, 2020, 12:00 pm

Life cycle assessment is a complex, detailed process of identifying and measuring the inputs that go into a product and the outputs that occur as a result. It is a valuable tool for understanding the impacts of the materials used throughout the value chain. It can be used to identify the biggest targets, establish a baseline, make meaningful comparisons, guide the product development process and tell a story or support product environmental declarations. This webinar will provide an introduction to life cycle assessment and how it can be properly used to understand and support decision making globally.

On Wednesday, December 2, from 12:00 -1:00 p.m. EST, join PCPC and life cycle assessment/sustainability experts, Dr. Jim Fava and Dr. John Heckman, Anthesis, for this complimentary, PCPC members-only webinar to learn more about life cycle assessment and how it can be used to deliver both business and social value.

Can’t make it to this webinar? Sign up anyway! A recording will be sent to all registrants. For questions on registration, contact Shirley Gibbs

About the Speakers

Dr. Jim Fava
Executive Director, Anthesis

Dr. Fava has spent over 40 years helping businesses and governments understand the risks and opportunities facing them, and providing guidance, tools, know-how on strategies and actions to operate in a more environmentally responsible and sustainable fashion. He has spent over 30 years promoting and developing the practice and application of life cycle information to support decision making globally.

Dr. John Heckman
Executive Director, Anthesis

Dr. Heckman is the past chair of the Product Sustainability Roundtable, a group in its 25th year of helping some of the world’s largest companies understand how product life cycle performance can best be improved in a manner that delivers both business and social benefit. As a pioneer in driving the connection between market drivers and sustainability, he emphasizes an implementation framework that prioritizes increased revenue, decreased cost, improved brand, and reduced risk.